Will a risen body have all the parts, including those absent at birth OR removed by accident, disease, or surgery?
I don't believe in it, but I am interested in what OTHERS believe, and why they believe.
I have been told that wounded soldiers will get there arm or leg or whatever restored.
I'm trying to find out what others believe.
A child born with a birth defect, say a Thalidomide baby who grows to adulthood with paddles for legs, will its body not have that defect?
A person who has a limb amputated due to a disease condition, surely should have that limb restored.
All the BILLIONS of men who were circumcised:THAT was a surgical procedure. Do they get foreskins?
Anybody who was a KIDNEY DONOR, do they get new kidneys?
But, resurrected bodies CANNOT die, so, neither the donor nor the recipient needs ANY kidneys.
Nor hearts, nor lungs.
Nor a need for any way to get food in, since they cannot starve to death.
Again, I ask: What do YOU believe, and WHY?